The Philosophy Café meets once a week in Fall and Spring at J & B Coffee (26th and Boston). In Spring 2022, the Café will meet on Fridays, 5-6pm. Discussion is moderated by either a graduate student or a faculty member of the Philosophy Department. The moderator chooses and introduces the topic of discussion for 5-10 minutes, then opens it up for comments and questions. The Philosophy Café welcomes everyone interested in pursuing life's great questions in an informal setting.
The Philosophy Café has been featured in The Daily Toreador.
Spring 2022 Schedule
February 11: Chad Hall, "Depicting Depiction"
February 18: Joseph Hymer-Kohanes, "All I Know is Fleeting: Knowledge, Lotteries, and Invariantism"
March 11: Shahriar Khosravi, "Reasons First! Why and How We Should Start from Practical Reasons"
March 18: Spring Break - no Café
March 25: Michelle Woodland, “Can indoctrination ever be good?”
April 15: Joe Gottlieb, "The End of the World"
April 22: Francesca di Poppa, "Why history of philosophy matters"
Note: For Fridays when the Café does not meet this semester, please see our Philosophy Speaker Series web page for the schedule.
Department of Philosophy
AddressBox 43092, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409-3092
Phone806.742.3275 | Fax: 806.742.0730